2019 U.S. Open Golf Tournament Winner and Scores

The 2019 U.S. Open was the 119th time the tournament was played. A first-time major winner held off the golfer who was trying for his third consecutive U.S. Open win.

Winner: Gary Woodland, 271

Where it was played: Pebble Beach Golf Links in Pebble Beach, Calif.

Tournament dates: June 13-16, 2019

Leader after first round: Justin Rose, 65

Leader after second round: Gary Woodland, 133

Leader after third round: Gary Woodland, 202

Notable notes: Gary Woodland fired a final-round 69 to beat two-time defending champion Brooks Koepka by one stroke. Koepka was attempting to become only the second player in tournament history to win three consecutive U.S. Opens, and the first golfer since the mid-1950s to win three in a row of any major. ... Woodland's winning score of 271 tied, at the time, for second-lowest in U.S. Open history, and his 13-under final score was third-best in tournament history. ... It was Woodland's first win in a major, only his fourth overall PGA Tour win. ... The low amateur was Viktor Hovland, whose 280 total broke a Jack Nicklaus record for lowest score in a U.S. Open by an amateur.

Final Scores of the 2019 U.S. Open

Gary Woodland68-65-69-69—271
Brooks Koepka69-69-68-68—274
Xander Schauffele66-73-71-67—277
Jon Rahm69-70-70-68—277
Chez Reavie68-70-68-71—277
Justin Rose65-70-68-74—277
Adam Scott70-69-71-68—278
Louis Oosthuizen66-70-70-72—278
Henrik Stenson68-71-70-70—279
Chesson Hadley68-70-70-71—279
Rory McIlroy68-69-70-72—279
Viktor Hovland (a)69-73-71-67—280
Matthew Fitzpatrick69-71-72-68—280
Matt Wallace70-68-71-71—280
Danny Willett71-71-67-71—280
Webb Simpson74-68-73-66—281
Francesco Molinari68-72-71-70—281
Byeong-Hun An70-72-68-71—281
Graeme McDowell69-70-70-72—281
Matt Kuchar69-69-70-73—281
Paul Casey70-72-73-67—282
Alex Prugh75-69-70-68—282
Tiger Woods70-72-71-69—282
Jason Day70-73-70-69—282
Tyrrell Hatton70-74-69-69—282
Hideki Matsuyama69-73-70-70—282
Patrick Cantlay73-71-68-70—282
Sepp Straka68-72-76-67—283
Shane Lowry75-69-70-69—283
Jim Furyk73-67-72-71—283
Nate Lashley67-74-70-72—283
Marcus Kinhult74-70-74-66—284
Patrick Reed71-73-72-68—284
Billy Horschel73-70-71-70—284
Aaron Wise66-71-79-69—285
Bryson DeChambeau69-74-73-69—285
Collin Morikawa71-73-72-69—285
Martin Kaymer69-75-71-70—285
Jason Dufner70-71-73-71—285
Marc Leishman69-74-70-72—285
Dustin Johnson71-69-71-74—285
Brandon Wu (a)71-69-71-74—285
Andrew Putnam73-71-73-69—286
Rory Sabbatini72-71-73-70—286
Erik van Rooyen71-73-72-70—286
Tom Hoge71-73-71-71—286
Rickie Fowler66-77-71-72—286
Nick Taylor74-70-70-72—286
Kevin Kisner73-70-75-69—287
Daniel Berger73-70-74-70—287
Abraham Ancer74-68-69-76—287
Phil Mickelson72-69-75-72—288
Charles Howell III72-70-74-72—288
Carlos Ortiz70-70-75-73—288
Sergio Garcia69-70-75-74—288
Li Haotong71-70-72-75—288
Scott Piercy67-72-72-77—288
Charlie Danielson72-70-77-70—289
Zach Johnson70-69-79-71—289
Andy Pope72-71-75-71—289
Adri Arnaus69-75-73-72—289
Harris English71-69-76-73—289
Emiliano Grillo68-74-74-73—289
Chandler Eaton (a)72-70-73-74—289
Justin Walters72-72-77-69—290
Kyle Stanley71-73-75-71—290
Brian Stuard71-73-74-72—290
Rafael Cabrera Bello70-74-74-72—290
Tommy Fleetwood71-73-73-73—290
Jordan Spieth72-69-73-76—290
Rhys Enoch78-66-71-76—291
Cameron Smith71-72-77-72—292
Luke Donald72-70-77-73—292
Clement Sordet76-68-74-74—292
Billy Hurley III73-70-73-76—292
Bernd Wiesberger71-73-78-72—294
Brandt Snedeker75-69-74-77—295
Chip McDaniel71-73-76-77—297
Michael Thorbjornsen (a)71-73-84-76—304

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